Preservation Delaware to hold online workshop on June 3, 2020.
State’s largest trees includes a Nordmann fir and tamarack at Buena Vista, and a Douglas fir at Belmont Hall.
Qualifications We are looking for volunteers who work well within a team and have an interest and/or knowledge or skills in basic gardening, ornamental horticulture, or general plant-related topics. Experience or education in horticulture is a plus! This opportunity may also suitable for groups! Sites Various sites throughout the state of Delaware, including our museum […]
In addition to the perennials listed, over 2000 bulbs were planted. These included daffodils (‘Golden Harvest,’ ‘Pheasant Eye,’ ‘Erlicheer,’ Lent Lily, and Double Campernelle), crocus, Spanish bluebells, snowdrops, and blue squills. In The Gardens Home >
The practice of maintaining a green open space in the middle of a village or more populated environment began hundreds of years ago in England. The green was an open area of land within a settlement where the citizens could go for exercise, to graze livestock in a secure area, where markets were held, where […]
A Formal Garden Restored The John Dickinson Plantation may not look exactly as it did 200 years ago, but it still gives the feeling of the 18th century. In 1954, Alden Hopkins, who helped design gardens for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, designed a Colonial Revival garden for the plantation. The formal garden was installed during […]
New employees include two members of the Horticulture Team and an addition to the staff of the Buena Vista conference/event center.
Thirty-one-year veteran works in the division’s Horticulture Team.
Holiday display through December 2016 features preserved flowers, fruit, evergreen branches and other plant material.